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Effects of Nursing Burnout Syndrome on Musculoskeletal Disorders

Abstract:Background: Musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) represent one of the most frequently occurring and costly occupational issue in nursing. The nursing profession is one of the most stressful occupations today, because of the quantity and diversity of risk factors associated with the work environment. The aim of this study was to examine the relationshipbetweenburnout syndrome and musculoskeletal disorders.   Methods and Material: In this cross-sectional study a questionnaire survey was carried out among 415 nursing personnel in five educa­tional hospitals in Hamedan, Iran. Data were collected through two unnamed questi­onnaires including Maslach burnout inventory, visual analogue scale.   Results: Statistical analysis showed that the most commonly painful regions among the nurses were lower back (5.53), left foot (5.08), head and neck (4.43), right foot (4.90), right knee (3.84) and left knee (3.74). The lowest pain, were found to be in right and left elbows (1.99) and (1.91), respectively. Also emotional exhaustion, deperson­aliza­tion and personal accomplishment has signif­icant correlation with musculoskeletal disorders (P=0.0­00, r= 0.122).   Conclusions: It can be concluded that high emotional exhaustion can result high muscul­oskeletal disorders in vari­ous parts of body.

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عنوان نشریه:
International Journal of Musculoskeletal Pain Prevention
ناشر :
Tarbiat Modares University
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1
Issue
1 2016
نویسندگان :
Tahereh Gholami
Ahmad HeidariPahlavian
Mahdi Akbarzadeh
Majid Motamedzade
Rashid Heidarimoghadam
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